Travel trends to come to January show

December 10, 2012 by  

The perfect holiday for everyone is out there but, depending on budget and time constraints, it can often be difficult to find. Travel shows, such as the New York Times Travel Show coming up in January, can help the public find those perfect holiday opportunities as well as educate today’s travel agents on the latest in travel.

No doubt many visitors from all over the New York metropolitan area, including Brooklyn, will want to attend the show. Printing companies in the area are likely to be helping the organizers get the word out about the show through products such as flyers.

The first day of the travel show is an industry-only conference for professionals only. It will feature several seminars and educational workshops, as well as exhibits from travel providers. There will also be a keynote speaker who will start off the conference portion of the show.

The final two days of the travel show will be for the general public. They will offer entertainment, food, discounts on travel services, book signings and author meetings, and a variety of products and services for sale from over 500 vendors.

The 10th annual New York Times Travel Show will take place at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center from January 18 – 20. Tickets for the professionals-only day on January 18 are $35 in advance or $45 at the door. Tickets from January 19 – 20 are $17 and those aged 18 and under are admitted free of charge.

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